An open letter regarding negative blogs and vlogs that trash our cities.
By ArianDavidPhotography When we talk about walkability, we are not just talking about pedestrian safety, maintenance and access to resources.
By ArianDavidPhotography Yesterday, on my way to RocBrewing in Rochester, I biked by a street I had honestly never seen
By ArianDavidPhotography I’ve posted a great deal about Rochester’s abandoned subway system, which consists today of just under a mile
The Urban Phoenix is made possible by ArianDavidPhotography Everyone knows larger cities with populations upward of 200,000 people are surging
By ArianDavidPhotography Last weekend, I hopped on my bike and rode around the city of Rochester, taking photos of just
By ArianDavidPhotography Small green spaces in urban areas, often referred to as “parklets” are all the rage in our surging
By ArianDavidPhotography OK, I admit it. As optimistic as I am about urban rebirth, sometimes I get down about my
Last Saturday I hopped an Amtrak train bound for Utica New York and one of the largest St. Patrick’s Day
By ArianDavidPhotography Have you ever been on public transportation and seen a little kid, maybe 4-6 years old watch out
Continuing my series featuring Rochester Area coffee bars, I made a stop at one of my favorite local establishments, Glen
By ArianDavidPhotography Last Friday, I biked through Rochester’s Corn Hill neighborhood. Once a gorgeous thriving haven for Rochester’s wealthy residents,
By ArianDavidPhotography In today’s world, inspiration often doesn’t come from the office or the home. Creative breakthroughs, meetings, collaborative conversations
By ArianDavidPhotography We photographers are always looking for places to shoot, whether it be for a senior portrait session, a
By ArianDavidPhotography A hot topic in my hometown of Rochester recently is what to do with the remains of our